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|BC Senior Women's training and competition schedule announced|
|Monday, March 9, 2015|
|The provisional training and competition schedule for the BC Senior Women's team has now been announced.
|Roster announcement: BC Senior Women v PNRFU Loggers|
|Friday, February 6, 2015|
|Date: February 7, 2015 Location: Magnuson Park, 7400 Sand Point Way NW, Seattle Kickoff time: 5:00pm
|Canada shocks France to advance to first-ever World Cup Final |
|Thursday, August 14, 2014|
PARIS, FRANCE - Canada's Women's Team secured a place in the Rugby World Cup Final after they beat host nation France 18-16 in an outstanding performance at Stade Jean Bouin. Second-half tries from full-back Elissa Alarie and wing Magali Harvey - along with eight points from the boot of the latter - stunned the French side on Wednesday.
|Canada set for Wednesday's WRWC semi-final against France|
|Tuesday, August 12, 2014|
|MARCOUSSIS, FRANCE – Canada’s Women’s Head Coach Francois Ratier has announced his starting|
|BC senior women show well at National Women’s League Finals|
|Wednesday, August 6, 2014|
OTTAWA, Ont. - British Columbia’s senior women’s provincial team wrapped up their 2014 NWL Finals campaign on Sunday afternoon with a 27-10 loss to eventual champions Ontario. The loss saw BC finish in third place behind Ontario (4-0) and 2013 champions Quebec (3-1).
|Canada defeats Samoa, moves to 2-0 at Women’s Rugby World Cup|
|Tuesday, August 5, 2014|
MARCOUSSIS, FRANCE – Canada’s Women’s Rugby Team moved to 2-0 at the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup after defeating Samoa 42-7 on Tuesday afternoon in Marcoussis, France.
|BC places third at National Women’s League Finals in Ottawa|
|Saturday, August 2, 2014|
OTTAWA, Ont. - Head Coach of the BC Senior Women’s provincial team Dean Murten has announced his starting lineup for Tuesday’s National Women’s League opener against Quebec.
|Canadian women open World Cup with 31-7 win over Spain |
|Friday, August 1, 2014|
MARCOUSSIS, FRANCE – Led by Magali Harvey’s 26 points, Canada opened the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup with a 31-7 win over Spain.
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